Welcome to the New Website!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Mon, 04/04/2011 - 01:14

We are happy to announce the launch of the new website for CGPI.org

The website has been enhanced with better search facilities, catagorisation and keywording, easy navigation and better organisation of the content.

It enables more social networking and outreach using: Twitter, YouTube, MEL e-newsletters, RSS feeds and you can simply click buttons to automatically copy the articles you like to your Facebook wall, which is shared with your social circles. Security and privacy has been significantly advanced.

With your help...

...the aim is to reach-out to a larger section of ever expanding working class, with these advanced web tools offering easier interactivity, faster communication and simpler connectivity, whilst maintaining your privacy and security.

Why now?

The site is lanuched to coincide with the election campaign in Tamilnadu, where party comrades are contesting as peoples' candidates selected by lok raj samitis of workers, peasants, women, youth in public meetings across the state, popularising the Party Programme.

Can I access the previous system?

Legacy data will be available to readers through archive.cgpi.org, so that readers are able to access all the previous issues and articles, while the data is being migrated to the new site.

Please note that the domain migration process may take upto 48 hours to get into effect, during which time the site may be down. In case you have problems accessing any sites after that, please write to us: info@cgpi.org

We request your help in popularising this new site and sharing its content.

Thank you for your patience and continued support.


So what's new at CGPI.org ?

We appreciate your patience while we transition from the old site to the new. Please ensure to change any Favorites / Bookmarks you have, to point to the content on this new site as URLs will have changed.

Find What You Want Faster

The new site offers easier search capabilities and classification of the articles most relevant to you. Articles are now broken down by:

  • Section: Information about CGPI such as Statements, Consultations or Publications, Campaigns, or a full breakdown of MEL categories makes it easier for you to find what you need.
  • Subject Matter: subject and keywords can be found at the bottom of each article. Related content is suggested in the sidebar. In the MEL section a comprehensive search tool exists.
  • Date: article listings are displayed in date order where valid.
  • Region: city, state, country.

Stay Easily Updated

  • MEL Newsletter: you can subscribe to MEL Newsletter, which sends you an electronic copy of MEL e-mailed to your mailbox fortnightly.
  • Subscribe to RSS: as simple as clicking the orange RSS Feed icon;-  RSS is a standard web feed format used to publish frequently updated works— such as  news headlines. You are automatically updated with the feed using a Feed Reader or Aggregator which is built in to most web browsers these days. Feed readers can be Web based, Desktop PC based or Mobile device based.
  • Follow us on Twitter: Links to New articles and even videos are uploaded to our Twitter.

Help Share Our Content with Others

On every article you will see buttons to help share articles, make issues known, build support,  with other people.

  • e-mail: sending a link to your friends and colleagues
  • Facebook: simply click the Facebook icon, login to Facebook and a short copy of the article is automatically copied to your Facebook wall.
  • Twitter: click the Twitter button to copy the article headline to your Twitter account.
  • Orkut, MySpace, Blogger or Wordpress: other social networking mediums in the same way as above.

We are happy to share, so feel free to copy our articles to your Blogs and social networks. We ask you provide a reference back to the source article where appropriate.

Your Full Feedback is Encouraged

  • Comment: on articles,  we want to hear what you think.
  • Letters to the Editor: Easily respond to MEL articles and where possible we will quickly review and try to publish letters sent to the editorial board.
  • Forums: enter public discussion
  • Survey Polls: have your say in voting on key issues!

We appreciate any feedback offered to help improve the features and usability of this new website, making it easier, faster simpler for activists to build support for key issues across regions. Thank-you for your support.

Warm regards,

CGPI.org

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PARTY DOCUMENTS

Click to Download PDFThe first part of this pamphlet is an analysis of facts and phenomena to identify and expose the real aims behind the Note Ban. The second part is devoted to a critical appraisal of the government’s claims that it will reduce inequality, corruption and terrorism. The third part is what Communist Ghadar Party believes is the real solution to these problems and the immediate program of action towards that solution.

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These Elections are a FarceInterview with Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of Communist Ghadar Party of India by Comrade Chandra Bhan, Editor of Mazdoor Ekta Lehar

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History of Ghadar PartyA Presentation of Communist Ghadar Party of India

100 years ago Ghadar Party was formed by Indians in the US.It was historic milestone in our anti-colonial struggle.

The goal of this party was to organise a revolution to liberate our motherland from British servitude and establish a free and independent India with equal rights for all. It believed this to be the necessary condition for our people to hold their heads high anywhere in the world.

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Call of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 30th August, 2012

Working class representatives from all over the country are gathering on 4th September, at a time when a titanic struggle is going on in our country. The struggle is between the majority of toiling and exploited people and a minority of exploiters. It is between the majority whose labour expands wealth and the minority who enjoy the fruits of wealth creation on the basis of their private property and positions of power.

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Call to the Working ClassDefeat the program of privatisation and liberalisation!

Fight with the aim of establishing workers’ and peasants’ rule!

Call of the Central Committee, Communist Ghadar Party, 23 February, 2012

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